The Toyota 4Runner was one of the first mid-sized SUVs on the market. It still does well but many consumers have moved on from the box like shape design that this one still provides. The competitors have upgrades that really get the attention due to the different looks they offer. The front end of it is heavy duty which is great for off road terrain but it isn’t the most visually appealing for a daily use vehicle.
There is plenty of power offered with this vehicle and the V6 engine it offers. The vehicle does do well as a crossover when it comes to how it handles and overall comfort. It provides decent fuel mileage of 17 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway. This is comparable with other vehicles in the same class.
The interior is well established in the Toyota 4Runner, and one of the main selling points. It comes standard with first and second row seating. It is optional to get this vehicle with a third row seating. However, the individuals sitting in that back row may feel cramped as there isn’t an abundance of leg room.
It has an adequate amount of storage space offered. It also features a backup camera and dual climate control.